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Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) is a free software law firm based in New York, USA.


[edit] Amicus brief: Microsoft v. AT&T

In the 2006 case of Microsoft v. AT&T, SFLC filed a brief arguing that software is not patentable subject matter:

[edit] Bilski

In 2009, SFLC submitted an amicus brief for the Bilski v. Kappos case, at the Supreme Court, and have since published various resources:

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From FaiF/SFLC series of audio shows, the following discuss software patents:

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